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Getting to Know SDCOE: Amy Stogsdill

Getting to Know SDCOE: Amy Stogsdill
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Amy Stogsdill brings a positive attitude and a personal touch to her work as lead payroll technician at the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE).

Not only is she an expert in payroll, Stogsdill also often helps colleagues with their tasks, said Wafa Boufous, who works with her.  

“Amy is a fantastic employee who is a huge asset to our payroll department,” Boufous said. “She is dedicated and hardworking. She’s extremely organized and committed to constantly learning and developing best practices for managing routine activities in an efficient and effective manner.”  

Stogsdill builds relationships within her department and across the organization, helping others understand the team’s work.  

“Her work performance and dedication express her high commitment to SDCOE’s goals,” Boufous said. 


Getting to Know SDCOE is a regular feature at that highlights the important work of different members of the team. 

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